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The Derby Saleroom Three Day Fine Art and Antique Sale [ARCHIVE]

Three Day Fine Art and Antique Sale Lot splits as follows: 24th October 2018 10.30am starting lot 120 - 580 24th October 2018 2.30pm starting lot 596 - 1129
25th October 2018 10.30am starting lot 1130 - 1499 25th October 2018 1.30pm starting lot 1500 - 1639 26th October 2018 10.30am starting lot 1640 - end of sale

Lots per page: 24
Lots 120 to 152     Page 1 of 63
A George III Old Sheffield Plate dish ring, pierced and engraved with roundels and bands of stiff leaves outlined with wrigglework, reeded borders, 22cm diam, c.1780

120

SOLD £160.00
A George III Old Sheffield Plate half-fluted wine cooler, gadrooned borders, detachable liner, lion mask ring handles, skirted base, 22cm high, c.1820

121

SOLD £180.00
A George III Old Sheffield Plate inkstand, each 'Bristol blue' glass well restrainted within a pierced sleeve, beaded borders, scroll feet, 14cm wide, c.1775

122

SOLD £50.00
A George III Old Sheffield Plate rounded rectangular standish, central wafer box enclosed by a taperstick and flanked by a pair of clear glass wells, pen recesses, upturned ends, reeded border, tapered outswept feet, 23cm wide, c.1800

123

SOLD £75.00
A George III Old Sheffield Plate wine funnel, gadrooned borders, 13cm long, c.1800; a pair of E.P. on copper table candlesticks, detachable nozzles, tapered pillars, fluted bases, scrolling leafy borders, 21cm high, Walker & Hall, c.1890; a pair of George V silver candlesticks, 10.5cm high, Birmingham 1919; a Victorian E.P.N.S sardine box, c.1870 (6)

124

SOLD £80.00
A pair of George II paktong table candlesticks, of seamed construction, detachable nozzles, knopped pillars, dished square bases, 23.5cm high, c.1750

127

SOLD £480.00
A pair of George III Old Sheffield Plate incurved rectangular entree dishes, loop handles, reeded borders, 24.5cm wide, c.1790 Heraldry: Arms and crest of Welby of Denton Hall, Lincolnshire, quartering Hutchens with Cope in pretence Sir William Earle Welby of Denton Manor MP married, as his second wife in 1773 Elizabeth, daughter and heiress of Robert Cope of Spondon (of all places!!). Welby was created a baronet 1801 (still going today) & she died in 1825. The arms date from the period 1773 and 1801

128

SOLD £65.00
A rare E.P.N.S novelty cocktail shaker, the Thirst Extinguisher, as a fire appliance, 30cm high, early to mid-20th century

129

SOLD £100.00
A Regency Old Sheffield Plate boat shaped teapot, hinged domed cover, gadrooned border with acanthus, flowers and C-scrolls to angles, above a reeded band, scroll-capped fruitwood handle, bun feet, 31cm long, c.1820

130

est £40.00 - £60.00 (unsold)
A Victorian E.P.B.M gentleman's companion, crested by a pocket watch holder above a Mercury thermometer, flanked by a pair of retractable compartments enclosing cologne bottles, mirror to verso, rectangular marble base, 29.5cm high, c.1880

131

SOLD £260.00
A Victorian E.P.N.S mounted clear glass trumpet shaped claret jug, hinged cover with knop finial, mask-capped divided scroll handle, bright-cut engraved collar, etched with stars and diapers, star-cut base, 28cm c.1880

132

SOLD £95.00
A Victorian E.P.N.S novelty spoon warmer, arched handle, beaded borders, the side inscribed HOT, the faux bamboo base with burner, 22.5cm high, Robert Pringle & Sons, c.1880

133

est £120.00 - £180.00 (unsold)
A Victorian E.P.N.S oval five bottle cruet, posted loop handle, the side pierced and embossed with stiff leaves and strapwork, acanthus scroll feet, Lee & Wigfull, Sheffield c.1880

134

SOLD £45.00
An early 20th century E.P.N.S dessert service, comprising twelve pairs of fruit knives and forks, retailed by Catchpole and Williams, London, c.1925, oak case

135

SOLD £40.00
An Edwardian E.P.N.S domed breakfast dish, retractable cover enclosing a pierced liner, ribbon-wrapped reeded handles, acanthus scroll feet, 30.5cm wide, c.1905

136

SOLD £60.00
An unusual Elkington and Co plated travelling coffee pot, stand and burner, engraved with foliage, 29cm high, c.1890

137

SOLD £140.00
A 19th century Russian silver and niello spoon, gilt bowl decorated to verso with scrolling leaves, 19.5cm long, Moscow 1867

145

SOLD £120.00
A collection of George III and later silver flatware, various patterns, dates and makers, 64oz gross

146

SOLD £520.00
A George V silver fish service, comprising twelve pairs of knives and forks, ivorine hafts, James Deakin & Son, Sheffield 1911, walnut case

147

SOLD £240.00
A George V silver Old English pattern soup ladle, 29cm long, James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1932; a basting spoon, conforming; other flatware, various patterns, dates and makers makers, 89.5oz gross

148

SOLD £730.00
A George V silver part fruit service, comprising twelve forks and eleven knives, mother of pearl hafts, Sheffield 1911, cased

149

SOLD £95.00
A large Edwardian silver Fiddle pattern serving fork, four outswept prongs, 30.5cm long, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1902; a Victorian silver marrow scoop, quite plain, 22.5cm long, Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1888, [2]

150

SOLD £65.00
A pair of 18th century Norwegian parcel-gilt silver spoons, Rococo acanthus scroll terminals, 20cm long, c.1750

151

est £150.00 - £200.00 (unsold)
A pair of George II silver Hanoverian pattern shell back table spoons, London 1757

152

SOLD £120.00
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